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. jay you spend your money on booze and coke. you couldn't careless about all of this talk about pop. >> cola. coca-cola. we will fix that. >> kennedy is right about her horrible family. he actually said this. we spent $25 billion a year on the drug war. so why throw the baby out with the bath water? talk about a banned phrase. i throw babies out with bath water all the time. >> kennedy should not use bath water as a metaphor. >> that is wrong. it is throw the baby out with the bong water. >> good point. >> his whole idea is do not put pot users in jail, but it is still not legalizing it. you are keeping the drug war going while then creating another government entity to take care of the rehab. >> absolutely. they work in such a way that if you don't show up for your drug test or if you fail your drug test you go to jail. it is not like a special you never go to jail cause. >> it is nuts. by the way, he was addicted to legal drugs. wasn't he? >> he was addicted to medically prescribed. washington and colorado both, they have stop gap measures in the new revenue generators that allow
for them to serve less booze during the super bowl on sunday. cbs 5 reporter elissa harrington reports on the booze fight over the mayor's request. >> reporter: the mayor is concerned about public safety especially after the riots in the mission district following the world series. but bar and restaurant owners are thinking about their bottom line. the mayor wants to prevent the type of riots and destruction that happened after the giants won the world series. rowdy fans destroyed property and set fires in the mission district. they even torched a muni bus. police encourage bars to limit their alcohol sales on super bowl sunday. they plan to visit some of the businesses damaged if the giants mayhem but some bars feel that limiting alcohol is not the solution and now the american beverage institute called lee's suggestion a ridiculous idea. they released a statement urging the city to avoid demonizing a perfectly legal project. local bar owners say if they stopped serving hard liquor business would be sidelined. >> responsible beverage service and co
. there is one catch. parents have to be with them in order to buy and drink the booze. republican state senator caught up the idea when he was out to dinner. he was celebrating his 20-year-old daughter's birthday he was upset because he couldn't have a drink legally with the 20-year-old. under the proposal they wouldn't have to offer a birth certificate just their id and the child's id. in the end the server would have the final say ch. th that leads us to the question of the day should parents be able to buy booze for their children or is it a bad idea? >> you can tweet us at fox frien fox friends first or e-mail us. >>> 17 after the top of the hour. coming up next on the rundown his wife says everyone loved her husband. investigators are trying to figure out why he might have been murdered one day after winning the lottery. a little boy lost in the woods with his dog. we will tell you how the dog kept him alive in the dark and freezing cold. you will want to hear this one. >> welcome back. it is 21 after the top of the hour. the coast guard says it warned an oil tanker about the danger just b
: mardi gras is well under way in new orleans, two weeks of nonstop parades, booze and beads. but this year, the festivities serve as bookends for the super bowl. >> we control crowds better than anybody in the world hands down no question about it. and this year, we want to do something even more. >> reporter: that's because 150,000 people are expected for the big game alone and even more for the last week of mardi gras. >> our police department has more experience than any other police department in the nation in managing large crowds because we do mardi gras every year. it's the equivalent of a super bowl every year. >> reporter: they are working around the clock including the dozens of mounted officers lining the streets in the french quarter. here safety is priority. there's one trick to keeping the peace in new orleans. >> our officers learn from their first days of service that when you're in a huge crowd of people by yourself, you have to make friends and talk to people and work with people and that crowd will support you no matte
they don't serve booze. >> yes, it was jack in the box and it is address was within 100 feet of that location. i have specific addresses, which their address is 4649 geary boulevard, which many calls for service or at least those 8 calls for service involving fights and assaults fwhae. about the broken window? >> the broken window that was 4649 geary boulevard. >> is it a car window? >> i don't have the specifics on that. >> thank you. >> i just have some questions. when they were given the permit until 4:00, or 4:00 as discussed. they were security guards at it and better lighting and better control over the premises >> and cameras. >> there was a numerous conditions put upon them. and they complied, and we are very happy with their performance. and we want to continue that relationship. >> do you think that the decrease is also related to better behavior by the jack in the box as well and better security measures? >> i believe, yeah, that is part and partial of it, i would thank them for their cooperation, i think that it is the fact that they had those additional condition
, roberta. >>> coming up next, why booze before bed is bad. plus, food fraud. how much of what you get at the grocery store may not be what you think it is. researchers, it interferes with a good night's sleep. in today's health w >>> booze before bed might help you fall asleep faster but according to researchers, it interferes with a good night's sleep. in today's healthwatch, the london sleep center says alcohol helps you get into a deep sleep for longer but it reduces rem sleep which leads to poor concentration and memory. >>> and the fda is looking into ways to make nutrition labels easier to understand. many food labels calculate calories per serving but there is usually more than one serving in the container. researchers say listing fat and calories per serving and per package would help consumers more accurately calculate healthy portions. >>> if you think you know what's actually in the food you're buying at the grocery store, you could be wrong. experts at the national center for food protection says about 10% of the food on the shelves is m
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two. mardi gras is well under way in new orleans. two weeks of nonstop parades, booze and beads. but this year, the festivities serve as book ends for the super bowl. >> we control crowds better than anybody in the world, hands down. and this year, we wanna do something even more. >> reporter: that's because 150,000 people are expected for the big game alone, and even more for the last week of mardi gras. >> our police department has more experience than any other police department in the nation in managing large crowds, because we do mardi gras every year. i mean, it's the equivalent of a super bowl every year. >> reporter: they're working around the clock, including the dozens of mounted officers lining the street in the french quarter. here, safety is priority. there's one trick to keeping the peace in new orleans. >> our offices learned from their first days of service, our officers learned, you gotta make friends and you gotta talk to people and work with people, and then that crowd will support you, no matter what. >> reporter: there
. >>> reporter: mardi gras is well under way in new orleans, two weeks of nonstop parades, booze and beads. but this year, the festivities serve as bookends for the super bowl. >> we control crowds better than anybody in the world hands down no question about it. and this year, we want to do something even more. >> reporter: that's because 150,000 people are expected for the big game alone and even more for the last week of mardi gras. >> our police department has more experience than any other police department in the nation in managing large crowds because we do mardi gras every year. it's the equivalent of a super bowl every year. >> reporter: they are working around the clock including the dozens of mounted officers lining the streets in the french quarter. here safety is priority. there's one trick to keeping the peace in new orleans. >> our officers learn from their first days of service that when you're in a huge crowd of people by yourself, you have to make friends and talk to people and work with people and that crowd will support you no matter
, but yes i agree essentially hard-working taxpayer money shouldn't be going for things like booze and cigarettes and strip bars. i think the viewer has a real problem with that. your question is how do you stop it? >> so i can go to an atm around the corner, and go use it, it gets kind of ridiculous essentially setting up piece of legislation. it is so easy to avoid. >> you have to work hard to get there. if they want to do it, they will. >> i do not buy an entire cake to eat. if i have the whole thing, i will eat the whole thing. it is the same concept. >> that is the point here, it is not about the behavior, people will find ways around things. identify atm machines, it is easy and states have done this to put in the database of which ones are not allowed. if you want to go in, let's put in an impediment. the big picture is the money saved from not buying the things that should be bought on food stam can go to help more people so in the long run are helping more people by cutting out waste and fraud. liz: do you think food stamps should go toward lottery tickets or booze or alco
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. then i realized it was every day. there's, like, monday fun day, tuesday booze day, wednesday wines day. i'm, like, this is my kind of place, you know? >> she fits in just fine. anyway -- >> we'll have to share some secrets about savannah with you once in a while too. >> we've also got some secrets about our big willie, don't we? >> it's our collective big willy. >> willy geist has joined the show, of course, and we have called him -- >> big willie since day one. >> then we realized there is another big willy out there. >> apparently he has some competition in the big willy arena. >> you know what prince william's nickname is? yep. it's on the cup. you can look at it. big willie. >> yep. >> uh-huh. >> st. james palace. that's -- i guess it was on the website before they found out. >> i'm sure. >> you know what i love about the new royals? they seem to have a great sense of humor. >> they do. >> you're going to have to have a great sense of humor to get through life whether you are a royal or not. >> are we having kim kardashian on? >> kim an kourtney are here today. >> are they talking
'll feel great. >> reporter: hangover remedies have been around as long as booze. coffee, honey, greasy foods, hair of the dog. and now there's blow fish. no, not the poisonous puffer fish. a new over-the-counter drug that promises to up right your hangover. not with fins, but with fizz. bytox and blowfish are two of a growing list of anti-hangover products, tried and tested by researchers who turned themselves into lab rats. >> i had at least 12 shots of tequila. >> reporter: admittedly, the typical scientific protocols for testing didn't exactly apply. >> i was surprised the next morning how great i felt. >> reporter: but the authors of a 2005 study in the british medical journal found no convincing evidence that any conventional remedies can cure a hangover, and dr. grossman doesn't exactly dispute that. >> it's not a cure. it's only a prevention. >> reporter: for "nightline," i'm lindsay davis in new york. >> hangover prevention. thanks, lindsay. and thank you for watching abc news. we're always online at abcnews.com. jimmy kimmel is coming up next. we'll see you here tomorrow. >> d
ellis. >> reporter: in movies, tv and music, it's art imitating life. >> you smell like booze. >> reporter: according to a new report by the cdc, younger women aren't just drinking in large numbers, the drinking is becoming potentially dangerous, and is often overlooked as a health problem for women who respond to alcohol differently than men. >> some of these differences include females being more susceptible to the effect of alcohol on risk of cancer, the effects of alcohol on the liver, females are more susceptible to the effects of alcohol on the brain in terms of brain damage. >> reporter: binge drinking is defined as at least four drinks at one occasion, something young women say they see all the time. >> women may be like to let loose and have fun. >> they want to go and drink and relax. >> reporter: in a survey of 278,000 women 18 and older nearly 14 million women binge drink about three times a month, that's one in eight women. among 7,500 high school girls the report finds one in five report binge drinking. who is most likely to binge drink? white and hispanic women
t hive, bottle in hand. cracks him over the head, takes him out. most expensive bottle of booze buster ever bought in his life. but don't just listen to me. listen to these happy progressive customers. i plugged in snapshot, and 30 days later, i was saving big on car insurance. with snapshot, i knew what i could save before i switched to progressive. the better i drive, the more i save. i wish our company had something this cool. you're not filming this, are you? aw! camera shy. snapshot from progressive. test-drive snapshot before you switch. visit progressive.com today. ♪ bet you wish all our vics were musicians. freakin' kid in a candy store. jeffries: no candy store i went to had the o'jays on vinyl. lot to choose from. you, uh, got any spinners? philly soul's over there, on wax. buster, right? session guy over at ronde records back when. yeah. there was some other kid behind you on bass, billy sanders? you guys cops? well, we're not here to sell insurance. you still hittin' the sauce, buster? been clean 30 years. it's all good, but billy was killed in 1970. i got along wi
meat, no booze. but i thought perhaps you might enjoy it. oh, okay. thanks. this'll make a great sandwich tomorrow. oh, no--i would like you to eat it here. right now. you want to watch me eat this steak in front of you? [whispering] that's what i want. okay. this is a time of new beginnings for me, lemon. and of course that means new opportunities. have you read the interview with don geiss in this month's issue of yachting illustrated? uh, no. i subscribe to giant boats. "'the ocean,'" says geiss, "'like business, "with a pillowy abyss of a lover's bosom,
, this is not going to make you feel better. a pilot in the cockpit, getting ready for takeoff found reeking of booze. michelle miller tells us it happens more than you might think. >> reporter: the pilot is captain colbian christianson. the report says airport recovers and a tsa agent detected the odor of an alcoholic beverage as they passed him. police entered a jet like that as he was in the cockpit, doing a preflight check. he failed the preliminary alcohol breathalyzer test, was arrested, and brought to a minneapolis hospital for a blood test. on average, a dozen pilots a year fail breathalyzer tests between 2001 and 2011. the administration requires airlines to conduct 11,000 random alcohol tests every year. the legal limit for pilots is.04%, about equal to two beers. >> when you're flying an aircraft, particularly today's aircraft, you really need to have your senses in top form. you can't be snoozing. you can't be distracted. you need to be focused on your flight. >> reporter: we don't know when he was drinking but we do know this: the faa's bottle to flight rule prohibits any alcohol consump
is just days away but some officials are hoping bars hold back on serving hard booze that day. paul chambers explains why. >> reporter: san francisco mayor ed lee and other city officials say they want to reduce or eliminate any potential problems after the super bowl so the mayor is asking bars that sell hard liquor to help out. >> suggest that they serve than heavy alcohol during times of celebration because that doesn't help. >> case in point, this where they took to the streets and destroyed property. >> after what happened with the giants and the chaos that is probable one of the first and only times i have been afraid to be there. >> so to keep that from happening again they will tor tour those areas and discuss the plans for super bowl sunday, which includes having three times the amount of officer as a normal sunday and also fire marshals at the ready to close down bars that are too crowded or overrowdy but the part that is hard to swallow is not having the hard liquor flow. >> it is a challenge because everybody wants to drink and celebrate and it is going to be hard. >> i
shots of booze and sending them out on the streets, they'll be fine. >> many people say even if restaurants and bars limit hard liquor sales, it wouldn't do much good. >> it's not going to keep people from drinking. if they want to do it, they're going to do it. >> a spokesperson said he wants to make sure football fans party responsibly and with moderation. in the next few days, he's going to be visiting a mission district business, especially those hard hit from last year's riot. he wants the super bowl parties to be safe and he wants their help to make that happen. liz. >> i can imagine for bartenders it can be a challenge. just keeping track of the sea of masses that is going to descend on all the bars, just keeping track of who has what. >> they said they are experienced and licensed and trained to be able to tell when too much is too much and you know, some of them will be extra alert that day, knowing that is a concern. >> absolutely. all right sharon, thank you. >>> we'll have live team coverage from new orleans all week long. dennis and michelle, plus vern glenn
it comes to vandalism, people use booze as an excuse. this quest for six, it might be a tough sell to limit the party. >> well, i think it's crazy. you can't make -- without partying in san francisco. we party for everything. just heard this is for one thing, for another thing, just cause more problems. >> a certain segment of people who are just kind of idiots! and they would do it any way. >> yeah, it doesn't matter. >> now, the city is also looking at different plans including the police approach. from what they learned after the world series, muni is also reviewing its plan, too, after a bus was vandalized following the world series. the spokesperson says they've got to keep their drivers and passengers safe. whatever happens on super bowl sunday. now, the bartender i spoke with said this is something they do every day and that is they try their best to make sure that their patrons drink reasonably and their doing the same thing on super bowl sunday. live in san francisco, christie smith, nbc bay area news. >>> meantime, a bay area sports bar is being featured in a super bowl sports iss
. >> a controversial push from a lawmaker's father. which state soon could be serving beer and booze to kids under 21. >> and let's check the big board on wall street. things are not looking good. the dow is down about 57 points. we'll be right back. coroner's inquest into the soul singer's death confirms the 27-year-old di >>> the cause of amy winehouse's death is put to rest. a second inquest into the death confirms the 27-year-old singer died from accidental alcohol poisoning. winehouse's initial autopsy was thrown out after it was revealed that the coroner did not have proper qualifications. >>> well, we all know the legal drinking age is 21. but a colorado lawmaker wants to make an exceptoin. the republican state senator wants to allow parents to buy their children a beer or another alcoholic drink if they are between the ages of 18 and 21. the legislation will be introduced today. >>> and in today's healthwatch the fight against fat could be starting earlier than ever. researchers say a new formula can predict a child's risk of being obese at the time of
," another hollywood awards showy the booze flows pretty freely. >> and that makes for big laughs at last night's screen actors guild award, including one from a certain star of "modern family," explaining why she got into acting. >> i grew up in a very traditional catholic home. my father told me if i ever did anything artistic, i was going to look like a hooker. i told him, with this huge boobs that i inherited from your mother, i already look like a hooker. i am sofiaer ha vergara, and i actor. >>> the night's biggest buzz was about "argo." director and star, ben afleck, accepting the award for best cast. >> heating up the oscar race, now less than a month away. >> "argo" doing well except at the oscars. >> i know. >>> call it the fast food funeral. on the way to the cemetery, a pennsylvania funeral possession made a detour, that's right, through a burger king drive through. the mourners picked up dozens of whopper jr.s and put them on the casket. his version of eating healthy was the lettuce on the whopper jr. >> that is very healthy. >> you know what? in death, go out the way you liv
-year-old christianson smelled like booze when he boarded his flight. that witness told the authorities about his odor smell. giving him a breathalyzer as he failed it. now he's suspended pending an investigation. >>> all right let's take a live look outside. temperatures are starting to dip. the afternoon wasn't too bad. at least by the standards of january. he sits out on the weather terrace. what about the rest of the evening? >> it will be cold. we've got windchills in the 20s with the layers and thick coats a good idea. high was 46. nobad. down to 41 downtown. 36 in gaithersburg, 36 in manassas and even 40 down in fredericksburg. another cold night. in fact for tonight two to three blanket night with the clear skies, breezy and cold. lows in the upper 20s downtown and winds are west at 10 to 20. we will come back and track a little bit of the snow over the weekend. we'll tell you if that will impact the playoff game. >> thank you, tom. >>> 18 months. that's the sentence for the former fbi agent convicted of killing a teenager and seriously injuring another while driving drunk nearl
is most of the time, they're half mad with booze and drugs, so what they see isn't all that reliable. it's the artistic temperament. that's the problem. what have you got there? oh, bunny. what are you doing here? >> looking for you and monsieur poirot, actually. prince paul said you'd be here. >> what's up? >> well, look, it may be nothing important. when i was driving back from here, last night, i nearly ran straight into ralphie walton coming the other way, swerving around like some mad dervish, he was. >> so you think he was coming here to see monsieur reedburn, intent on revenge? >> i don't know. he certainly didn't look like a man paying a social visit. >> he doesn't wear hobnail boots, does he? walton, i mean. >> beg your pardon, sir. there's a telephone call for mr. saunders. >> for me? >> yes, sir. >> who on earth could be calling me here. excuse me. >> so, did ralph walton kill reedburn? >> ah? that is the big question, mon ami. >> what about the missing bridge card? >> it is in my pocket. >> i don't understand. >> well, there is no great mystery. the missing card was in the bo
it matter in any way at all. if booze could do this it would have fixed a lot of things a lot easier a long time ago. >> yes, of course, and booze consumption in d.c. exceeds that in other years of the country, with the possible exception of las vegas. there was a time, a day and place when i think personal relationships did matter more. and i think when you were on the hill, when i was covering you on the hill, it was kind of the end of that era. it started not to matter around that time. one thing that has happened now, lawrence, is that members of congress spend all their time raising money. they don't even talk to each other. we had a piece in "the huffington post ", it said for you new members, set aside four hours a day. that us one thing they're doing. as you told me the republicans have no interest in having a personal relationship with the president. as you showed in those graphics, they have not tried to figure out how to deal with him on a personal level, they see him as an enemy they want to keep at a distance. the other thing here is washington has changed, politics has changed
is interesting and entertaining. i have a study. women down booze faster than men. >> bob: what? >> kimberly: booze. women drink faster like this. if they are out having drinks, men can drink more, but they don't get as intoxicated as women the way the body processes it. but i thought this is interesting. ladies tend to drink fast. >> dana: yeah, we have stuff to do. >> greg: the voices get high and the laughter gets annoying. drunk girl at a bar is the worst thing. >> dana: i agree. >> kimberly: at a university in spain clearly the best university to go to the world because you can participate to studies like this
.r. >> greg: i think we are done with this. a group of cons blame booze for the crimes and they want to sue for $1 billion. details of the liquor lawsuit next on "the five." ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >> bob: take a look at the five going to jail for manslaughter, grand:30 or drug conviction. they're in jail in idaho and they decided they would sue $1 billion they filed against beer and alcohol companies because they said th they're alcoholics and it made them do the crime. they want $1 billion for it. open it up to discussion. i'll have something to say about it at the end. >> dana: their families should be fined for filing frivolous lawsuits in court and lawyers should be have their law license taken away. state of idaho should figure out how to take care of these things before it gets to this point. it's a waste of time, taxpayer money. and if they were living around rock if they haven't seen the signs about as big as greg in all the places, everywhere you go. alcohol is bad for you. ridiculous thing. >> bob: i will say this. i hate to defend lawyers but they did it without lawyers believe it or no
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did they get the booze? none of it made sense. it was one credible piece of data, one credible, and that was that a -- the canadian government was great during this whole thing. they didn't give a damn. they supported as much booze as possible coming across the border as long as the shippers paid an excise tax before they slipped it into the united states. joseph kennedy limited vancouver refused to pay the excise tax, and, you know, people have said, oh, there's the proof. there's the smoking gun. well, i found this kennedy. i looked at the business records and the tax records and the business directories in van do you ever, and -- vancouver, and it was david joseph kennedy who was born and raised and died in vancouver, so not my joe kennedy, so, no, no bootlegging of any sort. here, and then we'll go across. >> could you talk a bit about the relationship between joe kennedy, and his son, you know, and so -- kennedy, and his son, john, and his relationships with multiple women and whether that influenced him to follow that same path. >> yes. [laughter] yes. i think there are n
booze to stop drunk driving, ban cars and planes and people die when those are used. if a knife used in an attack, god forbid and follow al sharpton and ban knifes in america. psycho tropic drug use, video movies and video games, if america wants to prevent future tragedies, many things we can do. my advice, if we protect, for example, our money, our politicians, our hollywood stars, they have armed security. maybe it's time that our children get the same armed security. maybe retired police officers and then we're not going to have to take away the rights of law abiding citizens and that, my friends, is how we go about saving america. and joining me now to debate this important top, republican congressman tom cotton of arkansas and democratic congressman of california. gentlemen, welcome to "hannity". >> hi, sean. >> thanks for having me on for the first time. >> sean: welcome aboard. two young congressmen. glad you're here. congressman, do you support gun control? i support gun safety measures, i grew up in a family of gun owners and hunters and i went hunting with my dad as a kid
and hoda kotb. from studio 1a in rockefeller plaza. >> hey, everybody. happy new year. it's booze day tuesday, january 1st, 2013. sounds just weird just coming off your tongue. >> yeah. get ready to write it on your checks and it's a whole new year. >> you ready for it, hoda? >> i think i'm ready. i'm glad 2012 is in the rear-view mirror. >> 2012 was tough in a lot of ways. it was a tough year for a lot of people. >> i think we should start 2013 off with a national bloody mary. >> also today is national bloody mary day. all right? this is serious. pay attention. we don't know why, but it has something to do with the people at mrs. t, or whatever their name is. people buy these holidays, i think. >> i don't care. i'm all for that. >> hopefully you're not suffering this morning. what did you do last night, hoda? >> i was wild and crazy. me and my sister did head rolls. we really had everyone going. >> frank and bambino and i did too. even all you young people out there, you think you've got it great, you don't. you think you've got it great because you're off and doing stuff. you have n
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